Vision and Intent

I’ve just read a very interesting post by photographer and writer David duChemin about vision or rather what he calls intent and how neither of those things is immediately available when on a shoot. You can read the full article here. It might help to do so before reading on.  I have followed David for … Continue reading Vision and Intent

New Topographic Movement

Over the last month, I have become very interested in the New Topographics Movement (NTM). The NTM is a photographic movement that was labelled as such by William Jenkins in 1975. Jenkins used the term to describe a small group of American photographers that were inspired by subject matter that was man-made and had a … Continue reading New Topographic Movement

Street Photography – Creative Vision Behind the Lens

by Valérie Jardin This book is another present from my daughter Emz. She obviously thinks that I need some help with my photography. The author is a well-known X system photographer, Valerie Jardin,  who is variously described as a street photographer, a documentary photographer and also as she calls herself - a narrative photographer. She … Continue reading Street Photography – Creative Vision Behind the Lens